Sideline Concussion Documentation

Sideline Concussion Documentation
To be completed by coaching staff
Athlete’s name: _________________________________________________
Date of birth: _____ /_____ /_____ Age/grade: ____ /____
OBSERVATIONS
Team: __________________________________________ Date: _______________
Venue: ___________________________________ Current time: ____________ Time of injury: __________ Documentation completed by: _______________________ Phone #: ______________________________
o Coach o ATC o Parent o Other: ___________________
1. Did loss of consciousness occur? o Yes o No If ‘YES,’ call 911. Duration of LOC ________________
2. Were seizures observed? o Yes o No If ‘YES,’ call 911. Comments: ____________________________
3. Was vomiting observed? o Yes o No If ‘YES’ and more than 1x, call 911.
4. Injury description: o Fall o Hit head on other player o Hit head on ground/object
o Struck by object
5. Location of impact:On the head: o Front o Left front o Right front o Left back o Right back o Back Other location: o Neck o Indirect force
6. Last memory before the impact: ____________________________________________________________
(Duration of time between memory and impact: ___________)
7. First memory after the impact: ______________________________________________________________ (Duration of time between impact and memory: ___________)
FUNCTION
1.Oriented to: o self o location o score o opponent o last play
2.Does athlete stagger, sway, stumble or appear uncoordinated? o Yes o No
3.Are athlete’s eyes having difficulty tracking, and/or do pupils look unequal? o Yes o No
4.Does athlete seem dazed or appear to be responding slowly or acting differently than usual?
o Yes o No
Monitoring Symptoms
Symptom
Ask athlete to rate each symptom
immediately after the injury,
15 minutes after, and 30 minutes
after, using a scale of 0 to 3:
Headache
Dizziness
Vision changes
Light sensitivity
Noise sensitivity
Neck pain
Feeling distracted
Fatigue
Tingling/loss of movement
Feeling foggy/cloudy/out of it
Difficulty remembering
Upset/emotional
0 – none
1 – a little
2 – medium
3 – a lot
Enter the rating in each box for each
symptom at the time intervals listed.
Immediately 15 min after 30 min after
Information provided by Providence Sports Care Center, official health care provider for:
OR14-01214-Timbers/Thorns 7-14
Athlete’s name: _________________________________________________
Date of birth: _____ /_____ /_____ Age/grade: ____ /____
Dear Physician,
This athlete has been referred to you due to a suspected concussion sustained during play.
Please evaluate this athlete to determine if he/she sustained a concussion, review the graduated,
step-wise return-to-participation progression below, and make your medical recommendations.
Thank you for your assistance.
Additional information can be found at: www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/physicians_tool_kit.html
Have you determined that this athlete sustained a concussion?
o No (skip to bottom of page and sign) o Yes (next section)
GRADUATED, STEP-WISE RETURN-TO-PARTICIPATION PROGRESSION
1.No activity: Complete rest, both physical and cognitive. This may include staying
home from school or limiting school hours and/or homework since activities
requiring concentration and attention may worsen symptoms and delay recovery.
2. Light aerobic exercise: Low-intensity walking or stationary bike riding; no weight lifting
or resistance training.
Before progressing to the next stage, athlete must be healthy enough to return
to school full time.
3. Sport-specific exercise: Begin sprinting, dribbling basketball or soccer ball, etc.;
no helmet or equipment, no head-impact activities.
4. Non-contact training: Begin more complex drills in full equipment, weight training
or resistance training.
Physician release must be obtained before to progressing to Steps 5 and 6.
5. Full-contact practice: Participate in normal training activities.
6. Unrestricted return-to-participation/full competition (also complete “Return to Participation” form)
The athlete should spend a minimum of one day at each step. If symptoms recur, the athlete
must stop the activity, rest for at least 24 hours and then resume activity one step below where
he/she was. A graduated return applies to all activities, including academics, electronics, sports,
riding bikes, PE classes, chores, playing with friends, etc.
THIS SECTION TO BE COMPLETED BY PHYSICIAN
oThis athlete may NOT return to any sport activity until medically cleared.
oAthlete should remain home from school to rest and recover until next follow up with
physician on ______________________ (date).
oPlease allow classroom accommodations, such as extra time on tests, a quiet room to take tests,
and a reduced workload when possible. Additional recommendations: _________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________
oAthlete may begin a graduated return at the stage circled above.
Physician’s signature: ____________________________________________________ Date: _____________
Physician’s name (print): _____________________________________________________________________
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